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 No.891[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What film trackers are you on?
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 No.15474

>>15466

Early Uwe Boll movies and some lesser known horrors

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 No.15544

iloveclassics open signup

http://www.iloveclassics.com/signup.php

http://torrentinvites.org/f36/iloveclassics-ilc-movies-2018-review-363348/

>>15455

CG is hard to join right now. THC should be easier and they have some overlapping content. If you are on PTP, try to become a Power User to access the invites section.

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 No.15594

THC is such a great little tracker

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 No.15709

Is there a way to get into TIK these days?

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 No.15710

>>15709

Over a year ago I saw people talking about using the IRC channel to join. I can't guarantee it works right now, but you could try. You would need to have good stats on other sites for them to invite you.

https://pastebin.com/raw/vYSuxgQH

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 No.15578[Reply]

Are there any film "critics" or journalists with insights that are worth anything?

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 No.15678

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 No.15687

>>15578

Armond White

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 No.15688

>>15687

Y'know, you gotta respect the guy for actually saying what he thinks.

I hope you are not being a joking man...

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 No.15705

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red letter media

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 No.15708

>>15578

>>15688

Take the Armondpill. He's based.

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 No.4115[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Does anyone know where I can watch La nuit fantastique? It isn't on thepiratebay and I really want to see it.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0041705/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
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 No.15700

I have tried to rip the dvd with various dvd rippers and it always quits when it reaches to %50. This is the case with a lot of Warner Bros. DVDs. Can anyone invite me to PTP or classix?

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 No.15701

>>15698

Yes, my mistake

>>15700

Huh, that's strange. Maybe there's a problem at the layer break.

I don't know much about Classix but it must be a lot easier to join than PTP.

http://torrentinvites.org/f36/classix-movies-tv-2018-review-396905/

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 No.15702

It isn't. It is invite only.

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 No.15704

Can anyone help me to find these.

1. Janapar - Love on a bike

2. Sechinku, 1996 (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0117578)

Thankyou

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 No.15706

Anyone have this novie? Don't confuse with Filipino horror movie. I'm looking for kirghiz movie

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 No.5097[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I just watched Begotten and I'm not sure if I liked it or hated it. It was definitely different! I loved the no dialog aspect and some of the visuals.

Anyone else have any recommendations like this flick?

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 No.14061

File: 29a52387cd15080⋯.jpeg (45.27 KB, 500x712, 125:178, Threads.jpeg)

File: dad37ca3021adee⋯.jpg (52.42 KB, 425x600, 17:24, Johnny Got His Gun.jpg)

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 No.14065

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This reminds me of Begotten.

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 No.15676

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Patrick Bokanowski - La femme qui se poudre (1972)

See if you understand what is happening here. I certainly did not.

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 No.15680

>>14061

Threads was good

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 No.15703

House/Hausu

Visceral: Between the Ropes of Madness

Herencia Diabólica

[REC] (Spanish version)

Little Otik

Neon Demon

Starry Eyes

Antium

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 No.15691[Reply]

Also anything similar?

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 No.15551[Reply]

8kun has restored our board, but there are still plenty of problems here. It is slow and difficult to use. Many images are missing. I cannot change board settings. I can hardly even post.

Hopefully things will improve, but in the meantime we have an alternative. For the past few months https://julay.world/film/ has been the home for /film/. It's been a more stable place to use, so have a look if you didn't know about it.

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 No.15581

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>>15579

>FILMS OF THE DECADE!

Not that I find all of those bad but some were really terrible.

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 No.15583

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>>15581

Some of those i love but others...

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 No.15591

File: b37c832e5a71704⋯.png (399 KB, 960x720, 4:3, ZwSA7al.png)

I emailed 8kun admin about the missing images, and it appears that most of them are now recovered. Many thanks to Ron/whomever for fixing that problem! My fault for not asking sooner.

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 No.15685

Julay had domain troubles so the alt board is now at https://spqrchan.xyz/film/ and bhlnasxdkbaoxf4gtpbhavref7l2j3bwooes77hqcacxztkindztzrad.onion/film

Fallback info: https://spqrchan.xyz/.static/fallback.txt

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 No.15690

This board is so dead

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 No.3935[Reply]

Welcome to Letterboxd general. Post your Letterboxd profiles, follow others, call them pretentious assholes, and discuss movies.

What's everyone watching today, /lbg/?
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 No.15668

File: 76c6ead05b71d14⋯.png (692.39 KB, 1090x786, 545:393, Untitled.png)

https://letterboxd.com/Neto_ER/

Follow and I will follow back

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 No.15669

>>15668

Just followed everyone ITC plz follow back, and let me know if you are interested in joining a fun /film/ wats app group, we do MOTW and other things.

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 No.15670

>>15669

Whatsapp? Telegram maybe

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 No.15686

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 No.15689

>>13951

I like letterboxd because lots of people write genuinely thoughtful reviews and reactions.

Does ICM have a similar community?

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 No.5886[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Chantal Akerman has passed away. I've only seen News from Home and Hotel Monterey but I appreciated her unique style, even if it required patience.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/07/arts/chantal-akerman-belgian-filmmaker-dies-65.html

http://blogs.indiewire.com/criticwire/chantal-akerman-pioneer-of-feminist-and-structuralist-film-is-dead-at-65-20151006

What's interesting about her personality is how she rejected the title of feminist film maker even though everyone wanted to put her in that box. Most obits you'll read today are quick to include that label in their descriptions of her. I remember hearing that she did not like doing "women's film festivals" and preferred regular festivals instead.

> I won't say I'm a feminist film-maker ... I'm not making women's films, I'm making Chantal Akerman's films. (London, 1979)

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 No.14540

File: 3a68d2911fd3816⋯.jpg (63.06 KB, 1000x563, 1000:563, varda.jpg)

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 No.14652

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<Bibi Andersson, a Swedish actress whose portrayals of chaste schoolgirls, beguiling young women and tormented wives made her a muse and frequent collaborator of filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, most notably in “The Seventh Seal,” “Wild Strawberries” and “Persona,” died April 14 in Stockholm. She was 83.

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 No.15452

File: abb50e911d573e7⋯.jpg (33.25 KB, 483x600, 161:200, 1944-2019.jpg)

Rutger Hauer

Son of busy drama teachers, he was raised by private nannies and relatives until he ran out in his teenage years to the sea. After a year he returned and worked various odd jobs while finishing school by night, then he joined an acting school at college.

He seems to have finished it and joined an experimental acting group for a couple of years until Paul Verhoeven, fresh from a series of documentaries and one even winning an award for a military documentary, found him and offered a job for his new ventures at Dutch television in a series so-called Floris, man was 25 at this point.

The series was a success and established both in firm ground, later they collaborated in perhaps a couple of Netherlands' most famous projects internationally: 1973's Turks Fruit, 1975's Keetje Tippel and 1977's Soldaat van Oranje.

After the international release of the latter, along with Verhoeven fighting with the national media and producers (concluding with his famous revenge in form of a movie years later) Hauer jumped the pond and found himself in international projects like 1981's Nighthawk and 1982's Blade Runner.

The man purportedly had a habit of picking roles depending solely if he liked the character and if he could potentiate its traits, giving place to memorable roles in big movies or awkwardly strong performances in direct2video projects. Movies like 1986's The Hitcher, 1989's Blind Fury and 1992's Split Second just like 1988's La Leggenda del Santo Bevitore are example of this.

Man was also informally known as one of the few actors who insisted on portraying german SS units as any other kind of soldier, and if anything more refined if we are to go by his SS roles which were more than a couple; this grounded obvious industry controversy and the mythical "punitive" projects mentioned in contemporary urban legends regarding people who are against vilification. Truth or not this fella worked well in the vast majority of his movies, which made him the most famous dutch actor around.

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 No.15454

>>15452

All so sudden. RIP

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 No.15679

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Farewell to the brilliant film/advertisement director Obayashi Nobuhiko

>>15452

Another interesting thing about Rutger Hauer is throughout his film career he continued living in Friesland on a small farm with his wife. Documentary about his personal life: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0847872/

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 No.2218[Reply]

I made a short with my friends for the 48 hour film challenge (come up with an idea for a film and shoot it in 48 hours). And I want to know what you think.
If you have letterboxd you can rate it here
http://letterboxd.com/film/door-to-door-2014/

here's the film itself
https://vimeo.com/109970186
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 No.7898

>>2218

solid concept with lots of potential for material.

What did you film this with? An iphone or a DSLR from before 2011? The aesthetics seemed very plain and dull. Did you film this using automatic mode?

Why did you use handheld shots then switch to tripod shots for CU? I already know the answer but you do realize that if you go back and forth between static and dynamic shots, it can be jarring to the viewer. In this case, it was obnoxious because it wasn't done proper.

Next time get an audio guy as well, or just buy a cheap smart lav and hook it up to your iphone. You *need* proper audio gear, camera mics are *never* an option unless your established or an its arthouse.

Read Five C's of Cinematography too.

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 No.9485

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>>2218

Almost three years later, but I'll offer some of my own thoughts. You really need to either get a handheld rig to reduce the annoying jittering. Also learn how to light scenes, because it looks like you relied solely on natural lighting for shots that need set up. The blonde kid should have been yelling, not pretending to yell. You need to really focus on the different elements and hone them in. There were some funny moments, and you should be proud that you completed the project but strive to improve.

>>7882

Nice cinematography, what did you shoot this with, and how much storage did the footage take up?

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 No.15672

Necrobumping this thread to shill my first attempt at a short.

https://vimeo.com/404961513

Tried to portray an insomniac stuck in his parents' home during the quarantine (t. me)

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 No.15673

Ah shite. I might have bumped two threads. The site won't let me delete them either. Oh well, don't ban me mods.

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 No.15675

>>15672

You wanted to impart the viewer to what's like having tinnitus? i know it very well

>britsh flag

kek

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 No.9296[Reply]

What do you think of them, /film/?

Post ones you like

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 No.15568

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Visual Essay - Bong Joon-Ho: Symmetries

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 No.15609

>>12384

I feel like he panders way too hard to /tv/ and the 4chan audience as a whole

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 No.15610

>>15609

Yes, but it's what makes him stand out too, i don't know of anyone else reviewing movies with imageboard humor, like sseth is for video games for example, i wouldn't go to him for any deep analysis though.

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 No.15630

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New trailer for a video essay series on Harun Farocki

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 No.15674

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From Void to Memory by Jorge Suárez-Quiñones

<This audiovisual essay proposes an understanding of cinema as a transformative device able to affect a series of re-signifying operations, involving political and historical re-examination as well as shifts in the subjective experience of time-space.

<The essay is focused on the transformation that takes place in the viewer’s perception of a specific kind of cinematic entity: filmed void spaces, and how they may turn out to be read as places of memory.

<Cinema has the possibility of qualifying spaces, materializing information and connotations that, at first sight, seem invisible. This potentiality of cinema unveils the paradoxical complexity of filmed void spaces: something simultaneously is and is no longer there.

Late Spring (Yasujiro Ozu, 1949)

The Quiet Man (John Ford, 1952)

Tokyo Story (Yasujiro Ozu, 1953)

An Autumn Afternoon (Yasujiro Ozu, 1962)

Fortini/Cani (Danièle Huillet & Jean-Marie Straub, 1976)

One Way Boogie Woogi (James Benning, 1977)

Too Early, Too Late (Danièle Huillet & Jean-Marie Straub, 1982)

Innisfree (José Luis Guerin, 1990)

Sud (Chantal Akerman, 1999)

One Way Boogie Woogie / 27 Years Later (James Benning, 2005)

https://mubi.com/notebook/posts/video-essay-from-void-to-memory

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 No.4393[Reply]

looking for films including matters pertaining to; Magic : Philosophy : Paranormal : Dreams : Religion : Occult : Symbolism : Aliens : Demons & Angels : Metaphysics : Conspiracy : Secret Societies : Mind Control : Morality & Ethics : Mysticism : Qualia : Psychic Abilities – Anything that is fringe in some respect

>inb4 The Holy Mountain or The Matrix
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 No.15570

>>15569

Well that makes me kinda sad in a way, i liked the idea of a mysterious manuscript hundreds of years old that nobody knows anything about.

So why was it made? is it just the medieval equivalent of sonichu?

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 No.15571

>>15570

They have not explained the purpose behind the book. Check out their second video for some updates.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTTRsrzndTY

Everything sounds pretty good, they've had positive meetings with linguistic experts and were featured on Turkish television.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aEFFCVhkpM

They are planning to publish a few books. Their paper on the discovery was rejected from a scholarly journal for undisclosed reasons.

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 No.15572

They said the book was written by a traveler, it includes information about health and medicine (in the parts translated), and there's a code about military information when certain letters are read top to bottom. The code makes it even more interesting.

Damn it's still way too hard to get a post through

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 No.15626

this is my confused shot:

valerie and his week of wonders

videodrome

rapture

society (yuzna)

the naked lunch

mandy (nick cage)

akira

eraserhead

rock and rule

der fan (i dont know why)

enter the void

sisters (brain the palma)

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 No.15667

Try The Master with Joaquin Phoenix. Pretty good film. Recall that it pissed off a fair few scientologists because of its references to Hubbard.

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 No.15649[Reply]

I need movie suggestions about Soviet-Afghan and/or Soviet-Chechen wars without propaganda or with least propaganda

help plox

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 No.15666

gugleit

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 No.10667[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Can /film/ recommend me some good slow-paced, meditative and spiritual кино for me to watch?

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 No.15656

How do I appreciate slow cinema? Watched some of Vive L'Amour, got bored...maybe 2x speed?

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 No.15657

>>15656

I don't like all of the slow cinema I watch. I wary about watching art installations as if they're a normal film. It seems like they are intended to be screened in a gallery with people milling around, not so much by someone on their couch doing nothing else.

Usually it takes a while for me to get into the "rhythm" of a slow film, if that makes sense. Then I will either love the film for being a transcendent experience or hate it for wasting my time. The good stuff keeps me interested enough to keep exploring other titles.

James Benning for example I appreciate how he finds unique locations to perfectly compose a frame. My eyes move around the image much like I'd do with a photograph. Then as a "finale" to the brief experience something interesting may happen within the frame.

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 No.15660

File: 2c64b13f3f688b0⋯.jpg (51.64 KB, 720x416, 45:26, Mirrored Mind (2005).jpg)

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 No.15664

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I thought this might be a good idea so that we don't crowd the catalog and that threads of a higher quality can remain more accessible for longer. I'll start... and I apologize because I know how vague this is going to be. A couple months back (and I think it was on this board) I saw a recommendation for a French film that was made in the last five years. It's most obvious characteristic was the intense, unusual camerawork; holding on strange angles and shaking violently at times. I saw a scene and all I remember is that it took place in the woods, with two characters maybe? That's all I have...

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 No.15651

>>15650

Oops, I guess their post disappeared instead of getting deleted. Now it's back.

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 No.15652

>>15650

Is asking for suggestions forbidden?

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 No.15653

>>15652

Sorry for the confusion. I reposted your question because I didn't see it at the time. It must be a technical problem with the site.

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 No.15655

>>15653

No worries, thanks. Yeah, unfortunately all of the boards are suffering from that issue.

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>>15650

I don't know if documentaries are okay, but I started watching this last night. It gives a basic overview of the Soviet relationship with Afghanistan and the events that led to war. Apparently the instability began when the commies took over Afghanistan. The new leadership was more radical than the Soviets, and their socialist ideals were ill suited for the country.

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ITT: Post your absolute least favorite directors.

I want to punch these motherfuckers right in the face.
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>>15458

I've been called jew for saying that Heine's preface of Lutetia is more persuasive than Kapital and I've been called marxist for not being german.

In other words, I'm not sure what exactly makes him marxist and this is the closest I found for what he could be called one. These buzzwords suck. So question for you, >>15292, what's the marxist agenda?

And qestion for you too, as I'm quite new to film: why is he reactionary?

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 No.15467

>>3230

All the popular blockbuster crap around today like Nolan and Tarantino and such.

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 No.15517

david lynch

ewe boll

m night shamalamadingdong

jim jarmush

wes anderson (with the exception of bottle rocket, but only barely)

mc g

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 No.15659

>>3230

>>3252

Look at this psued go

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 No.15661

>>15517

Wes Anderson strikes me as the type of guy who should have been a cartoonist but ended up being a filmmaker instead, like Kojima but for movies.

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